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Rayleigh and Lamb waves
Igor" Aleksandrovich Viktorov
|LC Classifications||QC244 V513|
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|Number of Pages||154|
Oct 21, · A finite element model of a viscoelastic isotropic plate submerged in a fluid of similar density was used to compare the wave dispersion velocity due to Lamb and Rayleigh wave excitation. Lamb and Rayleigh excitation methods were used to excite harmonic waves in the range 25– lphsbands.com by: CF best fit viscoelastic constants for Rayleigh–Lamb wave experiments for Voigt, fractional order Voigt and SLS models. (For the fractional order Voigt and SLS models, μ 0 is the value obtained from the static indentation test. For the Cited by: 8.
Substantial work using Rayleigh wave has also been reported in the literature. Rayleigh wave propagates near the free surface of the media and at higher frequency or in thicker plates, Lamb wave gets converted to Rayleigh wave propa-gation. Another such wave in plate-like structure is the shear-horizontal (SH) wave, commonly studied for laminatedCited by: The Rayleigh wave equation is involved in the solution of many elastodynamic problems. It gives the velocity of the wave propagating on the free surface of an isotropic half-space. It appears in the denominator of reflection and conversion coefficients of longitudinal and transverse elastic waves and also in the solution of Lamb’s problem for Cited by:
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Dec 19, · The first half covers the fundamentals of ultrasonic waves for isotropic media. Starting with bulk liquid and solid media, discussion extends to surface and plate effects, at which point the author introduces new modes such as Rayleigh and Lamb lphsbands.com by: Rayleigh and Lamb waves: physical theory and applications.
[I A Viktorov] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book, schema:CreativeWork. Abstract. The antecedent work on Lamb waves is not hard to identify.
It was Lord Rayleigh in who first explained wave propagation along a guided surface , and the waves are known as Rayleigh waves today.
Following Rayleigh’s work, Horace Lamb, a British applied mathematician, reported the waves discovered in plates in one of his historic publications, On Waves in an Elastic Plate, in Cited by: 6.
The first half covers the fundamentals of ultrasonic waves for isotropic media. Starting with bulk liquid and solid media, discussion extends to surface and plate effects, at which point the author introduces new modes such as Rayleigh and Lamb waves.
The term Rayleigh–Lamb waves embraces the Rayleigh wave, a type of wave that propagates along a single surface. Both Rayleigh and Lamb waves are constrained by the elastic properties of the surface(s) that guide them.
Figure 1: Upper and lower, respectively. Lamb waves with particle displacement in both the x- and y-direction actually represents a group of wave types including the bending wave, the Rayleigh wave, and the quasi-longitudinal wave. Lamb () derived the dispersion equation that can handle the transitions between these types of waves.
Rayleigh waves are distinct from other types of surface or guided acoustic waves such as Love waves or Lamb waves, both being types of guided waves supported by a layer, or longitudinal and shear waves, that travel in the bulk.
Rayleigh waves have a speed slightly less than shear waves by a factor dependent on the elastic constants of the material. The “wedge” method of generating guided waves in isotropic layers was analyzed both theoretically and experimentally by Viktorov et.
al, in . The main parts of the work were later reproduced in Viktorov’s now famous book on Rayleigh and Lamb waves . Of several detailed observations made in these investigations, one was that: For optimal generation of a mode of a given Cited by: 7.Lamb waves have been proven to be reliable tools to identify most types of mechanical damage amongst a range of non-destructive methods.
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